Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Who Will Link The Linkmen? Could It Be...YOU??

Pinky McLadybits

Via Deviant Art, by grantgoboom
As I look at these before and after shots of Japan, I can't help but think how amazing it is to have overcome a tsunami and earthquake in 3 months. Cosmetically speaking, of course, though I think the cosmetic probably does wonders for a person's well-being. (Educated Earth)

Do you use Pfizer birth control? You'd better check to see if your pills are part of the recall. There is an error that raises the chances of becoming pregnant. Huge failure on the part of a birth control manufacturer. (Huffington Post)

Here's something odd: Elisabetta Canalis (Clooney's ex) is dating....STEVE-O! (Daily Mail)

Somehow this collection of Angry Birds post-game is less odd than Stevabetta. (Deviant Art)

How idiotic is it for an organization that purports to be against breast cancer would deny funding to an organization that helps low-income women by screening them for breast and other cancers? Very idiotic. (Evil Fox News)

In better news for Indianapolis Colts fans, like my household (It's Bears, then Colts, then NO ONE.), Peyton Manning bats down rumors of his retirement from football. (ESPN)

I probably had atrocious grammar in my previous sentence. IT'S NOT JUST ME THAT DOES IT! (Lit Reactor)

To whom it may concern, (see what I did there! Yeah!), I suggest you prepare for the upcoming sheepocalypse by viewing Black Sheep. (YouTube)

I really don't know how to feel about this news. Prequels to the amazing graphic novel Watchemen. On one hand, more in-depth looks at each character sounds promising. On the other hand, Alan Moore is adamantly against the entire idea. (The New York Times)

I am adamantly against this terrible idea. (The Mary Sue)

I'll just curl up in this lovely new bedspread and dream of better things. Like zombie attacks. (Geekosystem)

Then I'll awake and lament that I haven't got $50,000 to buy some rare Calvin and Hobbes artwork. (The Hollywood Reporter)

I'll wipe my tears, blow my nose, and cackle at the idiocy of Time Warner and other movie studios that keep pushing people toward piracy with their asshole moves. Like this one. (The Verge)

Then, in my nightmares, this cart carries me to Hell.

Here, Ewok Treehouses will make that disappear from your brain. Until tonight when you're trying to sleep.

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